Nature Deficit Disorder
"If you hold to Nature, to the simplicity that is in her, to the small detail that scarcely one man sees, which can so unexpectedly grow into something great and boundless; if you have this love for insignificant things and seek, simply as one who serves, to win the confidence of what seems to be poor: then everything will become easier for you, more coherent and somehow more conciliatory, not perhaps in the understanding, which lags wondering behind, but in your innermost consciousness, wakefulness and knowing." Rainer Maria Rilke-"Letters to a Young Poet"
Get outside! It's good for your brain, and good for your soul. I believe we would have less Attention Deficit Disorder if we had less Nature Deficit Disorder. That's purely qualitative research on my part, but I'm sticking to it.